Toledo Copacabana Hotel

Address: Rua Domingos Ferreira, 51, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22050-010, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Copacabana area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Copacabana Beach, Ipanema Beach, Tijuca National Park, and Santa Teresa.
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  • Beach


  • Free High-Speed Internet


  • Continental Breakfast
  • Room service
  • Business Services

TravelPod Member ReviewsToledo Copacabana Hotel Rio de Janeiro

Reviewed by muller14

Great location, had no problems.

Reviewed Aug 19, 2015
by (14 reviews) Northampton , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

The hotel was better than I expected. It is located one block from the beach, there are restaurants, banks and shops close by. Breakfast on the 14th floor over looking the beach is great, the buffet is more than adequate, the bread rolls were fantastic. As a mid budget hotel it is very satisfactory.

Yes the bathroom didn't have a lock, the window shutters were stiff to open and the lifts weren't the greatest, and the decor is dating. The hotel was clean and room cleaned daily - stayed 3 nights but didn't inspect the sheets to see if they were changed.

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Reviewed by eddim

Can't beat the location for the beach

Reviewed Dec 6, 2013
by (45 reviews) Toronto , Canada Flag of Canada

Location is excellent as is the breakfast for being included in the price. Place is clean but if you aren't into dated furniture and amenities you may want to look elsewhere

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TripAdvisor Reviews Toledo Copacabana Hotel Rio de Janeiro

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